Wonda S. White, age 56, of Niceville passed away on August 30, 2018 after battling pancreatic cancer for over two years. The strength, grace, and beauty she exhibited over her life, and particularly during this disease were inspiring to all who knew her.
Wonda was born in Greenville, MS to James and Ethelene Stubbs. She was a member of Crosspoint United Methodist Church and was a teacher at Plew Elementary School. Wonda had many loves over the course of a full and well-lived life. She loved teaching and did so at every level from pre-school to high school. She loved serving children in the classroom and at church. She loved her pets and never lived without one (or more). She loved adventure and travel, taking many family hiking trips over the years. She loved her family and was the rock for the four men in her life. Mostly she loved the Lord and it was evident throughout her life.
Wonda is survived by her husband, Howard White; children, Russell White, Reed White, and Parker White; daughter-in-law, Rachel White; grandchild, Eli White; siblings, Juanita Bishop, Tessa Waggoner, Gail Grisham, Mike Cotton, and Sherry McClain; mother: Ethelene Stubbs; and stepmother, Wonita Cox. Her father, James Stubbs, and brother, Bradley Stubbs, preceded her in death.
In lieu of flowers the family requests a memorial gift to one of these organizations:
--Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, http://www.pancan.org
--Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, https://secure.jhu.edu/form/kimmel (please specify pancreatic cancer research)
--Caring Bridge, https://caringbridge.org.